Cute guy losing his briefs; Noble Romance’s “Launch Party” is underway …

Hi, friends and readers:

Have a look at this morning’s photo post. Imagine walking into your bedroom this morning, and finding him in your bed, peeling off his briefs. What would you do? I know what I’d do. (“Make room, Kevin, I’m joining you right now!”)

Okay, it’s Saturday  morning and I’m a bit hungover from last night’s dinner/Scrabble party. My boyfriend and I were victorious, and the grilled chicken came out just right. The wine was pretty good, too. But I’m afraid we partied a bit too long and too late. I managed to rise about 8:30 AM, for my walk on the beach and my swim in the Gulf, but I am feeling a bit sluggish as I write this. When will I learn?

I’m having another high-traffic day, here on the blog. Already, 900 people have stopped by, and it’s only ten AM. Yesterday, 2,000 people visited. This week has been the highest traffic week in the blog’s 2-1/2 year history. What’s going on?

Now, don’t forget: starting at one PM EST today, Noble Romance is hosting a “launch party” at its “readers loop” on Yahoo. All you have to do is visit the site, sign up, and post a message. It’s an opportunity to win gift certificates, free Martin Delacroix books (digital only) and a free Kindle.

I’ll be hosting the Launch Party for one hour, beginning at four PM today. I’ll conduct a few contests with my books as prizes. I’ll ask questions about details from books I’ve published through Noble Romance. Te first person who answers a question correctly will win their Delacroix book of choice. Doesn’t that sound like fun? Here’s the link:

It’s going to be hotter than an oven outside today. I think my boyfriend and I will stay indoors and keep cool in the air conditioning. I’ll work on revisions to my story, Boy from Red Bluff, and maybe do revisions to my novel, Dodging A Pearl. It’ll be a tame day for us.

I hope to see everyone at the Launch Party. Enjoy your Saturday, wherever you are.

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